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Sarah Anne Lawless


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The Witch as Artist & Author

A professional artist, writer, and folk herbalist, Sarah currently lives in Ontario, Canada with her son and a fat old black cat. Her art and writings have been published by Scarlet Imprint and Gullinbursti Press and have been featured in Clavicula Nox, Pillars, The Cauldron, Witches & Pagans, and Hex Magazine. She is a carver, painter, and illustrator working in the mediums of bone, wood, ink and paint creating original artwork, talismans, and ritual tools.

She was born and raised in the wilds and small towns of the Pacific Northwest from Cormorant Island to a stone’s throw from Alaska. Brought up on the folklore and fairy tales of her Irish and Scoto-Scandinavian ancestors, but also immersed in the myths, legends, and traditions of First Nations people, her work is heavily influenced by the lore, flora and fauna of both the Old and New Worlds. An animist and naturalist, her temple is the great old growth forests, her gods are the genius loci and the ancestors, and her familiar spirits are the animals, insects, plants and trees. The purpose of all her work is to teach as much as possible about the natural world in order to help reconnect us with the ancestors, the Earth, and the spirits of the wild.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 27, 2016
One of a kind artisan items are sold on a first come, first served basis only -- no reserves and no payment plans.

I do not accept custom orders or requests to recreate sold pieces.

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Paypal
Returns and exchanges
Refunds can only be issued before your order has been shipped.
No exchanges offered at this time.
I accept payment by credit card or Paypal. If you send an e-check through Paypal please be aware your item will not be shipped until the e-check clears successfully, usually within a 5-10 day period.

Art prints are shipped as lettermail and marked as documents on customs forms.

Artisan goods are shipped via tracked packet air mail which comes with insurance and tracking.

More information

Last updated on Oct 23, 2016
Frequently asked questions
Do you accept custom orders?

I do not accept custom orders or requests to reproduce sold items.

Where can I buy your flying ointments?

This is just a print shop, my nightshade ointments are in my herbal shop: Fern & Fungi (

Do you combine orders with your other shop?

No, art prints need to be shipped on their own to prevent folding and other damage.

Can I get your artwork tattooed on me?

Yes! Just make sure you have an awesome tattooist and they know who the original artist is.

Will you make more t-shirts of your artwork?

No, at this time I can't afford to make any t-shirts.